Review 1 of 2
, from Fort Collins, CO|
Year / Model Reviewed:
2011 Fiesta SES Hatchback
Solid build quite for a car this size yet just enough road noise to give you some positive feedback.
The rear seat headrest have to be removed to fold the seats. Rear seats don't fold flat with the storage compartment floor. Rear seat headrest partially obstruct rear vision. Since I seldom have anyone in the back seat I'm thinking of just removing the rear seat headrest to improve rear visibility.
Overall build quality is very goo. Only minor fla one place on the pipin on the edge of the leather seats was folded out not in at the end. I wasn't too sure about going from a manual transmission to an automatic after having driven nothhing but a mnual for 25 years. While I suspect acceleration would still be better with a stick the grade option on the automatic which changes shift points and allows downhill enging breaking works well. NEver had to touch the break driving on I-70 West of Denver. I'm still on the fence about the keyless entry/ignition option. I don't think it is something I would order on a car and it prevents me from being able to lock a spare key inside the car when I go to an out of town run Still it is nice not having to dig for the key when walking out to the car with full hands.